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  • Ted Bundy, who is thought to have killed over 100 women in years of random murder sprees, enjoyed killing animals as a child.
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  • Albert DeSalvo, better known as the Boston Strangler, first learned to enjoy killing by trapping dogs and cats in orange crates and shooting them with arrows.
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  • Mark Barton shot his eight-year-old daughter's kitten and then pretended to lead her on a search for  the dead pet.  A few months later, in July 1999, he went on a shooting rampage in Atlanta, killing 13 people, including himself, and wounding 13 others
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    « Reply #23 on: April 24, 2011, 11:15:12 PM »
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  • I just found out recently that the composer Brahms, whom I used to know as a serial cat killer, has actually been cleared of the purported crime:



    Brahms cleared of serial cat slaying


    Author's research reveals calumny that for 100 years defamed German composer was the malicious gossip of 'notoriously bitchy' Wagner

    by David Ward
    The Guardian, Thursday 12 April 2001 18.00 BST



    Johannes Brahms, bewhiskered composer of four symphonies, has been cleared of one of the most serious charges ever levelled at a musical genius - the accusation that he was a serial cat slayer.

    For more than a century, cat lovers have accepted as true the allegation that Brahms slaughtered felines, transcribed the sounds of their dying moments and callously incorporated them in to his works.

    But research proves that the foul calumny was almost certainly the work of Richard Wagner, a notoriously bitchy composer whose operas go on longer than one of the nine lives of an average mog.

    Writing in the May issue of the BBC Music Magazine, Calum MacDonald, who is the author of a study of Brahms, dismisses the charge on empirical grounds. "In my own limited but miserable experience, dying cats don't tend to make much noise," he says.

    In his review of the evidence, he notes that stories of Brahms killing cats surface mainly in books about cats rather than in books about music "which is suspicious in itself".

    He finds one of the most recent accounts in Desmond Morris's Cat World, published in 1996, which claims that Brahms began cat bagging after the Czech composer Antonin Dvorak gave him a "Bohemian sparrow slaying bow".

    Brahms used to take aim from his apartment window in Vienna, alleges Morris, who then quotes Wagner: "After spearing the poor brutes, he reeled them in to his room after the manner of a trout-fisher. Then he eagerly listened to the expiring groans of his victims and carefully jotted down in his notebook their ante mortem remarks."

    Morris adds: "According to Wagner, who disliked Brahms, he worked these sounds into his chamber music."

    MacDonald dismisses every detail of this account as suspect and reports that Morris cannot now find the source for Wagner's comments. He also explains that Wagner never visited Brahms's flat, so at best could only have been retailing gossip. Dvorak and Brahms met in 1880, only three years before Wagner died, leaving a very limited time for Brahms to become an expert with the Bohemian bow and for Wagner to get wind of the story, had it been true.

    MacDonald adds: "Dvorak would presumably have to have given Brahms the bow in person but their collected correspondence contains no letter saying, 'Please, Honoured Master, accept this amusing artefact from my native land'."

    He then asks: "Is there really such a thing as a 'Bohemian sparrow slaying bow'?

    "Brahms's 'apartment' is presumably his flat in the Karlgasse, which was several floors up, so he'd need a long line to haul up any speared moggies. Did sparrow slaying bows have lines attached? It surely wouldn't be strong enough to haul in dying cats, especially if they were struggling."

    After consulting Styra Avins, editor of Johannes Brahms: Life and Letters, MacDonald learned that in 1893 - when Brahms was still alive - a music critic for the New York Times, James Huneker, had cited the story of the composer's hatred of cats as an example of how biography could be contaminated by deliberate fiction. Huneker named Wagner as the guilty man.

    "Brahms's supposed sadism is a malicious fabrication," MacDonald concludes. Which means the rest of us can listen to the clarinet quintet without fearing that some of its finest moments were inspired by a cat yowling its way to oblivion.



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  • Catty genius


    Richard Wagner (1818-1883)

    The dramatic radical who took music into new realms of tonality and, with a godlike certainty of his genius, demanded universal applause. He built his own theatre in Bayreuth, Germany, in which to stage the music dramas on which his fame rests.

    He proved irresistible to women, including Cosima, daughter of Franz Liszt and wife of the conductor Hans von Bulow, who apparently did not mind losing his partner to an intellectual superior.

    Wagner wrote: "I am being used as the instrument for something higher than my own being warrants. I am in the hands of the immortal genius that I serve for the span of my life."

    Trying to find something to say to Brahms after hearing one of his works, he commented: "The evil only starts when one attempts to compose better than one can."


    Maligned maestro


    Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

    A romantic who idolised Beethoven and was so intimidated by his predecessor's genius that he waited until he was 43 to produce his own first symphony. He wrote three more, plus two concertos for piano, one for violin, one for violin and cello and a series of chamber works.

    Robert and Clara Schumann invited him to share their home. Brahms, who never had a lasting relationship with a woman, may have been in love with Clara. He supported her when Robert tried to kill himself.

    In later life, he was known for his rudeness. Once, as he left a party in Vienna, he said: "If there is someone here whom I have not insulted, I apologise."


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    Re: CRUELTY TO ANIMALS is Cruelty to Humans
    « Reply #25 on: April 24, 2011, 11:43:22 PM »
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  • how reassuring about brahms.

    hinoon, kamaayong ipakong aning duha.  why must some genius be sometimes accompanied by bitchiness or cattiness?  glad though that they left behind immortal works to be enjoyed and appreciated by humanity far beyond their personas.  gladder still that they didn't address each other as KA, as in ka botoy and ka bugsay.  ;D 
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  • how reassuring about brahms.

    hinoon, kamaayong ipakong aning duha.  why must some genius be sometimes accompanied by bitchiness or cattiness?  glad though that they left behind immortal works to be enjoyed and appreciated by humanity far beyond their personas. gladder still that they didn't address each other as KA, as in ka botoy and ka bugsay.  ;D  


    Why, what's wrong with the honorific KA? Your bias is tantamount to cruelty to two cute handsome monkeys...  ;D





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  • Massacre horrifies B.C.: Man shoots 100 sled dogs ‘execution-style’ after Olympic slowdown
     
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    By Sam Cooper and Sean Sullivan, The Province

    WHISTLER — A man who shot 100 sled dogs complained to WorkSafeBC B.C. that he suffered post traumatic stress after the slaughter and was granted compensation.

    The news has horrified dog lovers and led to a joint criminal investigation by the RCMP and B.C. SPCA.

    “Shocking doesn’t begin to describe what happened to these poor dogs,” said an emotional Marcie Moriarty, B.C. SPCA’s manager of animal-cruelty investigations on Monday.

    “I don’t want to use the term euthanize because the man describes it as execution-style killings.”

    A WorkSafe B.C. report dealing with the compensation, details the gruesome scenes on April 21 and 23, 2010, when the worker euthanized 100 dogs over two days. The size of the cull meant he had to kill the dogs in full view of the rest of the pack, leading to a bloody frenzy of wounded, frightened and angry dogs.

    The dogs were buried in a mass grave.

    One dog, Nora, was found crawling around in the mass grave 20 minutes after he had dumped her body into the pit. Others were chased, shot cleanly or died after their throats were slit. The employee, according to the report, was “covered in blood” when finished.

    According to the report, on April 21, the man wounded one dog — Suzy, the mother of his family’s pet dog — who managed to run away despite having the left side of its cheek blown off and an eye hanging from its socket. A rifle with a scope was used to kill her from a distance; that bullet passed through her and seriously wounded Poker, a dog that wasn’t slated to be euthanized. It was later killed.

    On April 23, one dog, who had part of its head blown off, attacked him after he ran out of ammunition. He killed the dog with a knife, slitting its throat while it was on top of him.

    The report said the man, who had named and raised many of the dogs, has “continued to deteriorate mentally and emotionally” since the incident.

    While not named in the WorkSafe B.C. documents, the man has been identified as Robert T. Fawcett, listed in corporate papers as a director of Howling Dog Tours Whistler Ltd.

    In a Dec. 27, 2010, posting on a website forum for trauma sufferers, a Whistler resident named Bob Fawcett, an award-winning dogsledder, wrote: “I’ve had a pretty horrible ordeal and actually figure I may be able to be a good sounding board for others ... and it has pretty much destroyed my soul.”

    Outdoor Adventures at Whistler said in a release that it has had a “financial interest” in Howling Dogs Tour Whistler Inc., which has “operational control of the dogsledding operations,” for four years.

    In the statement issued Monday, Outdoor Adventures said: “OAW was aware of the relocation and euthanization of dogs at Howling Dogs in April 2010, but it was our expectation that it was done in a proper, legal and humane manner.”

    Outdoor Adventures is owned by Joey Houssian, son of Intrawest founder Joe Houssian.

    Records obtained by The Province indicate Houssian has been an owner of Howling Dogs Tour Whistler since Dec. 27, 2006. He is presently the sole owner of the company.

    Houssian did not respond to phone calls Monday.

    According to its brochures, Outdoor Adventures offers a three-hour dogsled tour in the Soo Valley for $169 per person.

    Moriarty said a criminal investigation would focus on the man who killed the dogs, but the corporate management would be investigated as well.

    There are provisions in the SPCA act that allow for Criminal Code charges and Moriarty says this case warrants them.

    “Dogs crawling around in a mass grave; half of one’s face blown off — if those actions don’t constitute Criminal Code offences, I don’t know what does.”

    Moriarty acknowledged it has historically been difficult to persuade Crown prosecutors to accept criminal charges for animal cruelty.

    Moriarty said the man has claimed it was not his decision to kill the dogs, but that’s no excuse and he’s culpable.

    Other dogsled tour operators in Whistler distanced themselves from the reported actions.

    In the Callaghan Valley, Craig Beattie, general manager of Canadian Snowmobile & All Terrain Adventures, was asked if that operation has ever performed mass euthanizations, such as the case alleged with Outdoor Adventures.

    “Absolutely not,” he said. “I’ve not heard of anything like this in my life. It’s shocking.”

    Shawn Wilson, president of dogsled tour company Blackcomb Adventures, said Outdoor Adventures wanted to be “the biggest company in town.” His own company uses another dogsled contractor, one of three in the Whistler area.

    “It was all business, just trying to pump out the numbers,” Wilson said. “They wanted to have 12 teams running at once.”

    “When you have 300 dogs, it’s different. The owners aren’t with them every day.”

    Whistler lawyer Corey Steinberg — who is representing the man who filed the WCB claim — abruptly cancelled a press conference he had scheduled Monday afternoon.

    Terry Cumming of Melfort, Sask., advocates against sled-dog operators through his website, Sled Dog Watchdog. He wasn’t surprised to hear of the allegations.

    “It’s pretty common for [sled-dog operators] to kill dogs and not tell anyone,” Cumming said. “If the dogs are not capable of earning their keep, they’re of no value to either the dog-tour operators or the dog mushers.”

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  • i had come across a similar article a few months back and had refused to read through after reading the heading.  now i just had to read through with lolla's post.  this is truly sickening.  it's canada, and they could very well afford the cost of simply putting the dogs to sleep painlessly.  luckily animal rights groups are strong in that country.  i hope the company and those responsible for the slaughter will be fined stiff, the business will be forced to close due to bankruptcy.

    business without compassion?  where else will it go but down?   
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  • Why, what's wrong with the honorific KA? Your bias is tantamount to cruelty to two cute handsome monkeys...  ;D





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    sorry, i meant no disrespect to you two handsome and adorable monkeys, ka hubag and ka bugsay.  with your smiles, you certainly don't look like victims of human cruelty, that's for sure. ;D
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    « Reply #30 on: April 25, 2011, 11:12:59 AM »
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  • There is always something wrong aning mga tawo nga way kalooy sa mga mananap. Makasense dayon ko ug dark side aning mga tawo nga mga mean sa animals.
    "We may be surprised at the people we find in heaven. God has a soft spot for sinners. His standards are quite low"---Bishop Desmond Tutu

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  • Kon mag alima ka ug iro unya tera-tera lang ang imong ipakaon, is it cruelty to animals.?

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    « Reply #32 on: April 26, 2011, 12:31:06 AM »
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  • sorry, i meant no disrespect to you two handsome and adorable monkeys, ka hubag and ka bugsay.  with your smiles, you certainly don't look like victims of human cruelty, that's for sure. ;D

    So, there! Don't you dare victimize us with your hurtful comments! ;D
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  • There is always something wrong aning mga tawo nga way kalooy sa mga mananap. Makasense dayon ko ug dark side aning mga tawo nga mga mean sa animals.

    Akong bitawng silingan nga kaduwa sauna, ang iyang lingaw magpabuto og firecrackers nga iyang isuksok sa lubot sa baki. Nakadungog na lang ko much later nga nahimo siyang rapist...
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  • Kon mag alima ka ug iro unya tera-tera lang ang imong ipakaon, is it cruelty to animals.?

    Aw, kon tera-tera nga litson nga puros unod...
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  • Kon mag alima ka ug iro unya tera-tera lang ang imong ipakaon, is it cruelty to animals.?

    not at all.  igo-igoa lang ang tera-tera nga di parehag tungaw kadak-a.  and please, no bones, especially fish and chicken bones.  better still, zero bones.
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  • Aw, kon tera-tera nga litson nga puros unod...

    n,naa pakahay masalin,,
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  • Why would someone be cruel to their pet?

    All too frequently we read of sickening cases of cruelty to pets in local and national newspapers.  Why is it, we ask, that some 'human' creatures inflict suffering upon other creatures that are usually smaller and defenseless?  Why do they take pets into their homes only to treat them with less than respect and with a great deal of contempt?

    Often the reason these animal abusers obtain a pet is the same reason that they end up treating the animal cruelly.  And that reason is control.

    They may not consciously think "I need something to control so I will get myself a pet", but the fact remains that rarely do these people keep a pet just for companionship and something to love, but to have a living thing under their control.

    People that deliberately hurt animals do so because it gives them a feeling of power.  Perhaps these 'people' feel undervalued within their family, or within society.  Perhaps they have an inflated sense of how much they should be valued.  Hence, these sick beings take out their frustrations on helpless pets.

    Often sadistic acts of animal abuse are one step away from abusing humans.


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  • In a shocking amount of cases, those that commit terrible acts of violence to people, serial killers, child abusers, spouse beaters and rapists have a history of animal abuse.

    As a youth Albert DeSalvo (the Boston strangler) trapped cats and dogs in crates and abused them.  Peter Kurten (the Dusseldorf vampire) started torturing dogs as a boy and carried the vile practice into adulthood.  Brenda Spencer fired rifle shots at school children, wounding nine and killing two.  Neighbors of the murderess reported that she often abused cats and dogs, sometimes by setting their tails on fire.

    A study in 1997 discovered that 40% of animal abusers had committed acts of violence against people. In another study, a history of abusing animals was found in 46% of those found guilty of sexual homicide.


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  • The sensational high profile examples, such as serial killers, are but the tip of the iceberg, in many, many cases of spouse battering, child abuse, etc. pet cruelty is also a factor in the home.  It's a sad fact that all too often we read reports in the news papers of someone found guilty of cruelty to their pet which is a sick terrible thing in itself, but often that is only half the story.

    In an extensive survey of abused wives who kept pets, over half revealed that their abusing partners had harmed, and in some cases killed, their pets.  The fear that the abuser would greatly harm the pet for revenge if she left, kept many of those wives from leaving.

    Back in 1837 when Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist he created the character Bill Sykes, who was a violent bully that badly abused his dog Bullseye.  True to form, the bullying thug was also violent with people, particularly his lady friend Nancy.

    Before the end of the novel Sykes attempts to take the life of the child Oliver, and succeeds in killing Nancy.  Dickens knew that those that are cruel to pets are dangerous sick people.


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